Nose : Coastal grass, sea spray and coal-like bitterness. Sweet notes of fruit develop, with a buttery backbone and liquorice hints. Soft spice and lemon zest provide support.
Palate : Light, sweet and very green freshly chopped sugar cane, mown grass and stacked straw. Earthy and woody notes appear, with seaside pebbles sat alongside freshly stripped twigs. Rich, warm and sweet notes of dark sugar slowly develop underneath.
Finish : A wave of sugar syrup is followed by phenolic notes, brine and hints of smoke. Green and grassy notes develop, with stony minerality and a touch of earthy spice. Spice lingers.
Born over 3 centuries ago, the Trois Rivieres Plantation is an integral part of Martinique's historical heritage. Its emblematic name comes from the three rivers that border the acres of sugarcane fields: Oman, Bois doInde and Saint Pierre. During the 18th and 19th Centuries the plantation specializes in the production of sugar; at the beginning of the 20th Century it starts manufacturing Agricole rum that will in time become its exclusive production.